Travelers Are Often Dazed And Confused When They Drive By This Bizarre Bull In Iowa
When it comes to odd roadside attractions, Iowa may be the king of the country! Not only do we show off our Volkswagen Beetle Spider, but we’re also home to the world’s largest popcorn ball, the world’s largest frying pan, and a few more oddities that are larger-than-life. None of our roadside attractions are as well known and well-loved as Albert the Bull — a quirky character that lives in the town of Audubon.
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You can see the story of Albert the Bull and hear from the people that helped build him in the 1960s by watching The Story of Albert The Bull on Youtube, here. It’s fascinating to see how a small town has rallied around such a large critter!